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biology - evolution
Is evolution an individual or population level phenomenon? Explain.

Biology, evolution
how does biochemical molecules show evidence of evolution?

Biology I
Charles Darwin- Evolution? 2) Where does variation occur within an organism that causes evolution? 5) What is the main source of evidence for evolution? 6) What was the occupation that Darwin was originally studying for? 8) What did Darwin believe about species before he went ...

Please help me!!! BIOLOGY
1. Explain how natural selection and sexual selection can work together to cause the evolution of large antlers on male moose. 2. Suggest two ways a synthetic biologist can change the course of evolution.

Biology!!
Darwin is considered the "father of evolutionary biology." Four of his contributions to the field of evolutionary biology are listed below. The nonconstancy of species. Branching evolution, which impleies the common descent of all species. occurrence of gradual changes in ...

Science (evolution)
Given Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, what scientific evidence best supports evolution by natural selection?

Biology
Why was Charles Darwin able to offer a large amount of evidence for his theory of evolution by natural selection? He compiled the fossil record. He collected data for 5 years while traveling around the world. He conducted in-depth experiments with chemicals in England. He ...

biology
What is evolution?

evolution
How is the evolution of culture linked to human evolution?

biology
When Darwin published his theory of evolution, he included all of the following ideas EXCEPT the idea that a. species changed slowly over time. b. some organisms become less suited to their environment then others. c. evolution occurs in spurts after major environmental change...

biology
how is the biochemistry of organisms evidence for evolution

biology
How does geographic isolation contribute to evolution thank you

biology
what is the importance of islands in the study of evolution?

biology
which of the following is not a part of the theory of evolution

biology
what is the most accepted mechanism for evolution

biology
why is reproduction important to living things and their evolution?

biology
What is evolution by natural selection? Do it mean changes.

Biology
What lines of support are there for evolution and what examples can be seen for each of these?

Biology
What role does the environment play in convergent evolution?

Biology
what are the evolutionary trends in organisms? what are the modern evolution theory

Biology
What role does mutation play in the evolution of antibiotic resistance?

Biology
What are the similarities of the evolution of birds on hawaiian islands and the finches on the Galapagos?

Biology
What are the similarities of the evolution of birds on hawaiian islands and the finches on the Galapagos?

Evolution/Biology
What does the statement "The environment directs natural selection" mean?

Biology
What roles do survival and reproduction play in the evolution of antibiotic resistance?

Biology
Describe an example of how natural selection influence the evolution of a particular species.

BIOLOGY
How is the evolution of animals the long necked giraffe explained by Charles Darwin?

AP Biology
what evidence supports the hypothesis that mitochondria preceded plastids in the evolution of eukaryotic cells?

Biology
Describe the changes you'll see (evolution wise) if you were granted 1 million years of life.

Biology
Describe the changes you'll see (evolution wise) if you were granted 1 million years of life.

Biology (Answer Check)
State how comparing the amino acid sequence of a protein can provide evident that evolution has taken place. A: If evolution has taken place, then, in general, species descended from a recent common ancestor should have fewer amino acid differences between their proteins than ...

Biology
Name three characteristics of mitochondria and chloroplasts that support the endosymbiotic hypothesis of eukaryotic evolution?

biology
what characteristics appear to show consistent development over the 4 million years of hominid evolution?

BIOLOGY
Compare the basic principles on which the Darwin’s natural selection and Lamarck’s concepts of evolution are based.

biology
Why is the term, "evolution" applied to Charles Darwin even today? and Why and how does it apply to a cultural anthropology? -Thank you

Biology
1. How do mutations play into the fitness of an organism? 2. Describe how variation, selection and time fuel the process of evolution.

Biology
1. How do mutations play into the fitness of an organism? 2. Describe how variation, selection and time fuel the process of evolution.

science
Provide an example of convergent and divergent evolution, adaptive radiation, and co-evolution.

microbiology 2
molecular chronometers are used to determine the course of evolution.why, even with this "tool", is evolution still so complex?

biology
am writting about the evolution of our understanding of DNA as genetic material. suggest good website so that i can read more. thanks

English
Okay so i have a have chosen 2 book (Day of the Triffids & Oryx and Crake ) We had to describe a theme that describes both these book below is the theme i proposed but my teacher said it was "to broad". So i would like some help and tips of how to make it a bit more specific. ...

evolution
briefly describe the evolution of movies, television, Internet, books and magazines, and media companies throughout the last century.

Science
Hi any links or ideas? Given darwins theory of evolution, what scientific evidence best supports evolution by natural selection?

biology
Briefly explain how the evolution of the pectoral girdle from the aquatic to the terrestrial environment gave rise to muscle differentiation and specialization in relation to the skull.

biology
It was observed that due to poor nourishment the average weight of beetles reduced. If this continues in a number of generation, will this feature direct evolution? Explain

biology
how do fossils provide evidence of evolution. how are scientists able to determine the age of fossils.

Science
Where can I find A article on evolution? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolution

Biology
24. Characteristics that biologists use to classify organisms are a. convergent evolution, cladogram, reproductive isolation b. reproductive isolation,evolutionary history, shared derived characteristics c. binomial nomenclature, shared derived characteristics, evolutionary ...

Biology
Today many different species of tortoise may be found in he Galapagos islands. Using your knowledge of evolution, explain how these many specues arose from one common ancestor?

biology
EVOLUTION (fill in the blanks) Natural selection is the BLANK for evolution As a result of natural selection, organisms with more BLANK traits are more likely to BLANK, BLANK, and BLANK on the favorable traits to their offspring. These traits are passed on from generation to ...

Biology
28. Natural selection causes a. changes in the environment b. plants and animals to produce more offpsring than can survive c. changes in the frequency of certain favorable characteristics in a population d. all of the above D? 30. When Darwin published his theory of evolution...

Biology
28. Natural selection causes a. changes in the environment b. plants and animals to produce more offpsring than can survive c. changes in the frequency of certain favorable characteristics in a population d. all of the above D? 30. When Darwin published his theory of evolution...

Biology
What was a event in Darwins life that lead him to the theory of evolution. When i googled it those were the only two that came up. And our teacher told us to not to do those

biology
Through which are the chromosomes, transmitted according to the path of transmission of factors from the parental generation to offspring's as indicated by Mendle?option are as follows (1) hereditary chapters (2) evolution (3) heredity (4) gametes

Microbiology
Molecular chronometers are used to determine the course of evolution. Explain in full what these are and how they are used. Why, even with this "tool", is evolution still so complex?

biology
can someone help me find two examples of embryology as evidence for evolution that shows like monkeys to humans (two characteristics in embryos-early development).

Biology - evolution
how new characteristics enter gene pool? i look for simple answer to this to help my sister. one thing i look at it say about mutation.

History
What does this mean? Wars are needed as a natural part of human evolution.their very destructiveness has served as the primary force for the evolution of the human race.

BiologyI
Discoveries in DNA, cell biology, evolution, biotechnology have been among the major achievements in biology over the past 200 years with accelerated discoveries and insights over the last 50 years. Consider the progress we have made in these areas of human knowledge. Present ...

biology
how does the existence of cells, organelles, cellular reproduction, natural selection, DNA replication, transcription, translation, heredity, genetics, mutations, and taxonomy provide evidence that supports the theory of evolution?

Biology--Urgent
Need help with this: 'Social bees survive by collecting nectar or pollen from flowers, pollinating the flower in the process. They must keep their hives at a constant temperature, moisture, and oxygen content for their larvae to develop. One way they do this is by beating ...

English
How does Day of the Triffids display evolution? i am having a hard time coming up with a thesis for Day of the Triffids to display evolution compared to Orxy and Crake... For Orxy and crake i know evolution is a distinct theam but i am experiencing difficulty finding this ...

Social Studies Opinion
What do you think about this aricle? Can I get some of your ideas? Indoctrinated in belief The statistics in "Darwin's sin" (Feb. 8), which indicate only half of Americans believe in evolution, are sad. Evolution is proven based on fact, scientific study and evidence accepted ...

Biology
So the question is: What is the evolutionary significance of the 'Euglena' that forms a perspectie of utiliazing pigments to capture light energy? I researched for hours but couldn't find information on evolution of Euglena. please help ASAP! Thank you!

Biology
So the question is: What is the evolutionary significance of the 'Euglena' that forms a perspectie of utiliazing pigments to capture light energy? I researched for hours but couldn't find information on evolution of Euglena. please help ASAP! Thank you!

Religion
Many Christians seem to accept modern cosmology - Galileo's view that the earth is not the center of the Universe - while at the same time disagreeing with the theory of evolution. For this discussion, we will focus on the following questions (in 250 words total): 1. Why do ...

biology
why is it important to understand challenges in a species' environment in order to understand the species' evolution? Relate your answer to what Darwin referred ti as "the struggle for survival".

Biology project
THE EVOLUTION OF BARBELLUS Describe the type of food that the diffrent Barbellus spieces might have eaten. 1.caterpillar 2 and 3.type of fish

Science (theory of evolution)
How has the genetic code support the theory of evolution?

Science (theory of evolution)
How has the fossil record support the theory of evolution?

Biology (bobpursley)
1) Describe how comparing the anatomy of living species provides evidence of evolution. A: Comparisons of the anatomy of different types of organisms often reveal basic similarities in body structures even though the structure's functions may differ between organisms. For ...

Biology
Can someone please tell me if I have the right answers? Pasteur's experiments led to which theory? A. biogenesis theory B. endosymbiont theory C. evolution theory D. spontaneous generation theory I think its A or D Scientists have fossil evidence for which idea for the origin ...

Biology
Can someone please tell me if I have the right answers? Pasteur's experiments led to which theory? A. biogenesis theory B. endosymbiont theory C. evolution theory D. spontaneous generation theory I think its A or D Scientists have fossil evidence for which idea for the origin ...

writing analysis
debate between proponents of intelligent design and evolution. i need an assay of 2 pages about those subject intelligent design and evolution

written analysis
debate between proponents of intelligent design and evolution. i need an assy of 2 pages about intelligent design and evolution

Science
Name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution. Explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each.

Science
Name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution. Explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each.

Science
Name two types of evidence used to support the theory if evolution. Explain how scientist use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each

Science
Name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. give one example of each

Science
name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution give one example for each

Science
As an environmental science teacher, how would you respond to someone who tells you (a) that he or she does not believe in biological evolution because it is “just a theory, “ and (b) we should not worry about air pollution because through natural selection, the human ...

biology 11
i am soo stuck on this question please help. 3. It is hard to understand how seemingly random events like mating could lead to evolution in a particular direction. What must we understand about natural selection that would allow this to happen?

Science
2. How are geologic and biologic evolution connected? What happens in geologic evolution that affects biologic evoulotuion? {Answer the 2 questions given + use complete sentences.}[make a long story short...]

Biology: Evolution
Scientists suggest that two energy sources, __________ and __________, broke the bonds in the gases in Earth's primitive atmosphere, releasing atoms to form __________. Help! I forgot my book at school! Please!

biology
The structure of the forelimb of a bird is similar in structure to that of the forelimb of a mammal suggesting that they both descended from a common ancestor.this similarity is an example of ________ evidence that support the theory of evolution. please can anyone help me.

biology
The structure of the forelimb of a bird is similar in structure to that of the forelimb of a mammal suggesting that they both descended from a common ancestor.this similarity is an example of ________ evidence that support the theory of evolution. is it vestigial or anatomical

biology
the structure of the forelimb of a bird is similar in structure to that of the forelimb of a mammal suggesting that both desceded from a common ancestor this similarity is an example of a. vestigial b. biochemicial c. anatomical evidence that supports the theory of evolution

science
Are there any connections between evolution and environmental science-- if there is, what is it? Thanks! Weren't many lakes back in time very acid? I wonder if acid rain is favoring certain mutations in organisms? Will that affect evolution? I didn't quite understand what you'...

evolution article. Please help!!!
Hi , I am having a very difficult time finding an article that contains a misconception about evolution . The article had to be be published within in this past year. Please help !!! thank you!!

biology
1.Briefly explain the evolution of limb orientation and the effects of limb posture on support and locomotion. 2.The transition from the aquatic to the terrestrial environment resulted in what kind of evolutionary changes in the girdles of tetrapods? Why might these changes be...

Simple Biology
A majority of scientists worldwide agree with a new theory of evolution proposed by a group of students. The theory will most likely be (2 points) rejected. accepted. non-testable. non-observable. *I think it is B, but I am not sure

Evolution question - HELP!
Niles Eldredge found evidence in trilobite fossils of a pattern of evolution in which short periods of large change are mixed in with longer periods of little or no change. This pattern is called_____??

science (theory of evolution)
1.What is two pieces of evidence used to support theory of evolution? Do you guys think it would be alright if I said that they observed nature. And also if you guys could help me come up with another example I would REALLY appreciate it!!

biology
A devastating tsunami wipes out most of the population of a frog species that lives on just one tropical island. What is the most likely outcome of this event? A) frequency-dependent selection B)inbreeding depression C)rapid adaptive evolution D)purging of all deleterious ...

American Government
As the country has grown and evolved, so too has the Executive Office of the President and the independent agencies. Give FOUR specific examples demonstrating how the evolution of the executive branch has mirrored the evolution of the nation. Include at least ONE pre-twentieth...

Biology
Evolution by artificial selection is a common way by which people breed plants and animals to have characteristics that we find desirable. Imagine that you are working in a lab where scientists are trying to breed a strain of apple that has much higher sugar content. How might...

Biology
Research and discuss an event in Charles Darwins' life that lead to his theory of evolution. Events could be directly in Charles Darwin's life or could be individuals whose ideas Darwin incorporated into his work. Besides the voyage to Beagle and the visit to the Galapogos ...

7th grade science bobpursley
5. Change in the hereditary features of a type of organism over time is ______. (1 point) growth biogenesis spontaneous generation evolution 10. Gregor Mendel discovered some alleles can cover up the presence of others; these alleles are called __________. (1 point) My answers...

Earth Science
Describe the difference in evolution between a supercell that develops in an environment with unidirectional wind shear and a supercell that develops in an environment with veering winds. What is causing this difference in evolution? THANKS!!

biology/evolution
many of the orchids alive today have nectar that doesn't have any sugar in it. Why are there presently-living orchids whose nectar lacks sugar?

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